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Out of Burma: Grassroots Activism Forces Multinationals to End Ties with the Burmese Dictatorship

The brutality of the ruling military junta, the elegance of the Burmese democratic movement and the strategic savvy of an international solidarity movement have spurred a multinational corporate procession out of the country, and away from support for or association with the governing dictatorship. [refers to Unocal, Total, Citibank (part of Citigroup), JP Morgan (part of JP Morgan Chase), Arco (part of BP), Texaco (part of ChevronTexaco), Perry Ellis, Kenneth Cole, The Children's Place, Jones New York (part of Jones Apparel)]

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